We're approaching this age where the first generation of domainers, many of whom hold some of the most valuable names out there, may retire from this place any day and move on to the better world. Which can have a quite unpredictable impact on the domain market, since it is not possible to foresee the way their assets are going to be treated by their heirs (that is, if there are heirs, and if they are even aware of these assets). While I myself am much younger, I can perfectly imagine this situation: there's a price I want for a certain domain which I've been holding for a long time, I had 10% offers rejected, I had 30% offers rejected, I had 80% offers rejected, but didn't live long enough to make this happen, and then after a while it gets sold for say 5% of my desired price by a clueless offspring – I would be spinning in my grave so fast that the whole world's seismologists would set on alert! How to get the young ones to appreciate your patience, your persistence, your sacrifice? I believe the only way is to have them hooked on domaining too, have them experience all the way starting from indifference, doubts and hopelessness to the heights of confidence and the beauty of fulfillment of the long-anticipated reward. Only then you can entrust your precious domains, being certain they are to get the same treatment, which ordinary people hardly could provide. So, how do you go about this? Do you teach your kids to domain?